GivingCity issue 3 now available for download

UPDATE: Please download the 4th issue here!

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Been super busy the past few months and really haven’t had time to update the blog at all. We’re happy that the new issue of GivingCity is now complete (at last!), and we can move on to the next one – and get that one done on time! Please take a look and give me your feedback. Also, please please please send the link to as many people as you can!

Inside this issue:
The New Philanthropists
Here are some of the young, active, and engaged people making a difference in Austin now.
Are There Too Many Nonprofits in Austin?
And if so, what’s the solution? Four experts weigh in.
Unscripted Collaboration
The We Are One video proves nonprofits can – and do – work together.
PLUS
Tom Spencer on Austin’s philanthropic culture.
An all-girls football game for charity.
What you don’t know about Goodwill.
The “social entrepreneur” poster child.
What’s so cool about Leadership Austin?
Teaching philanthropy in schools.
New Austin-born films about giving.
Mando Rayo’s argument for social media.
Katie Ford’s encounter with the convicted.
DJ Stout’s SIGNS for change.
…and photos from the fundraising event, Austin Under 40.

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2 Comments on “GivingCity issue 3 now available for download”

  1. Tamia Says:

    I really like the use of images and white space. The overall feel is very clear and bright, hopeful and happy–absolutely makes sense for a publication focused on philanthropy.


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